SKOKIE, Ill—The Columbia men’s golf team concluded the highly competitive two-day, 54-hole Windon Memorial Classic in 15th place Monday at the Evanston Golf Club. Columbia finished the par-70, 6,793-yard course at 75-over-par 315-295-307-915.
Senior Joshua Suh led Columbia with a 60th place finish. He shot an 11-over-par 77-69-75-221. In Sunday’s second round, Suh carded 16 pars and two birdies to finish with one of the field’s top-rounds at 69.
Following Suh, sophomore Nick Brisebois finished in 78th place with a 21-over-par 80-76-75-231, sophomore Cullen Chung tallied an 82nd place finish at 25-over-par 79-81-75-235, first-year Dan Terrell concluded the classic in 83rd place at 29-over-par 82-75-82-239 and junior Sunny Yan finished in 84th place at 32-over-par 77-75-90-242.
Columbia was one 15 teams competing in the 21st annual Windon Memorial Classic including Army West Point, UC-Davis, Eastern Michigan, Indiana, Iowa, Loyola, Ill., Marquette, Miami, Ohio, Northern Illinois, host Northwestern, Penn State, Princeton and Wisconsin.
The event marks the third of four fall tournaments that the Lions will compete in. The Lions conclude their fall season at the Camden Collegiate in Camden, S.C. Oct. 21-22.